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Tanzania’s government has started relocating its capital from the port city of Dar es Salaam to Dodoma. The move aims to centralise government ministries after being scattered since the country gained independence more than 50 years ago. But as Al Jazeera's Fahmida Miller reports, the project is not without its challenges. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
Siku chache tangu serikali ya Tanzania kutangaza kunuia kuhamisha makazi yake jijini Dsm na kuyapeleka huko mkoani Dodoma,baadhi ya wananchi wamekuwa wakidai kuwa mchakato huo ni gharama ya juu huku wengine wakimuomba rais Dkt John Pombe magufuli kutekeleza mchakato huo kwa awamu kwa kila wizara na watumishi wake iulikuwa nafasi ya maandalizi. Citizen TV is Kenya's leading television station commanding an audience reach of over 60% and in its over 12 years of existence as a pioneer brand for the Royal Media Services (RMS), it has set footprints across the country leaving no region uncovered. This is your ideal channel for the latest and breaking news, top stories, politics, business, sports, lifestyle and entertainment from Kenya and around the world. Follow us: http://citizentv.c...
Dodoma Wind Farm Community Open day, Tanzania EMP was established to serve the growing energy sector in Sub Saharan Africa. EMP’s primary business is focused in the development of large scale wind and solar energy projects in Sub Saharan Africa. EMP is partnered by Vestas-a global energy company. The video shows the early stages of the development work for the Dodoma wind farm in Tanzania. The film begins with the opening of the community open day as EMP staff receive a warm welcomed to the Dodoma community with some music, songs and dancing. Zabron Mwaipopo ( EMP Project Manager for the Dodoma project) is seen presenting to the community to inform and educate the people about the impacts and benefits associated with the wind farm development. During the presentation the community are en...
Tanzanian President John Magufuli has given his strongest signal on moving the government from Dar Es Salaam to Dodoma. He claims that he is fulfilling the founding father, Julius Nyerere's dreams. However, many are concerned about the impact of relocating the seat of power to Dodoma. CGTN's Dan Ashby has more on this
In a country where 7 out of ten people do not run a bank account, how do the majority of the people cope? JoyNew's Justice Baidoo has been to Dodoma, a small town in Ghana's Upper West region to meet the women who are finding their own ways of banking and how financial inclusion is affecting the country's fight against poverty.
Dodoma is in Central Tanzania. Understand In 1973, Dodoma was designated as the new political capital of Tanzania. New Parliament buildings were erected and plans were drafted to shift all government Ministry offices to Dodoma by the early 1980's. However, due to limited water supplies and other environmental factors, this proved impossible and the plan was all but forgotten. Most ministries and all embassies are still in Dar Es Salaam. Although Dodoma retains the title of capital city of Tanzania, government officials only travel to Dodoma for a few weeks each June when the government is in session. Bunge, (on the road to Dar Es Salaam), . The new earthquake-proof Parliament buildings are a must, although access may be restricted. The building may only be photographed with permi...
Dar es Salaam in Tanzania is a city on the move. This East African city has an average annual growth rate of 7%, so it’s bustling with people doing business; buying and selling goods and services. But, congested roadways and heavy traffic make it difficult for businesses to thrive in this port city, so the government and the World Bank have worked together to create a new Rapid Bus Transit system to speed up rush hour and get these busy Tanzanians where they need to be.
This is a hardware system that distributes electric power units to users that are living in the same rented house or business buildings. It is developed by Final Year students from the College of Informatics and Virtual Education (CIVE) of the University of Dodoma (UDOM).
Flood along side of the road.
The beauty of University of Dodoma(UDOM) is the presence of College of Informatics and Virtual Education(CIVE). The college provides many Information Technology based courses like Bachelor of Science in Information Systems, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Business Information System and many more. It is a place you will not regret to be. *********Music to Enjoy************ Diamond Platnumz ft Ne Yo- Marry You https://youtu.be/QdOaBtUvH80
Join Andy Russell, missionary with the Young Adult Service Corps (YASC) of the Episcopal Church, on his walk to the office where he works with the Diocese of Central Tanganyika’s Carpenter’s Kids program. If you would like to learn more about Andy’s mission in Tanzania, please visit: asrussell-yasc.blogspot.com. NOTE: In order to partially hide the camera I filmed the entire walk with the camera held vertically, thus the narrow vertical view of the video. Though the video is only six and half minutes long, the walk actually takes around 20 minutes. Depending on how well the video does when it hits theatres in December (watch your back, Star Wars!) we may include the unedited version when the DVD/Blu Ray combo pack is released
washiriki wakifungua tukio kwa muziki.kujiweka tayari kwa kinyang'anyiro cha miss dodoma 2013
Livingstone reizen organiseert werkvakanties naar projecten in ontwikkelingslanden. Safina Centre, een opvanghuis voor kansarme straatkinderen in Dodoma, Tanzania is een van de vele Livingstone-projecten. In 2012 kan je helpen met de bouw van twee slaapkamers zodat er meer straatkinderen bij kunnen. Meer informatie vind je op www.livingstonereizen.nl!
Wind Farm Community Open day and met mast construction, Dodoma, Tanzania EMP was established to serve the growing energy sector in Sub Saharan Africa. EMP’s primary business is focused in the development of large scale wind and solar energy projects in Sub Saharan Africa. EMP is partnered by Vestas-a global energy company. The video shows the early stages of the development work for the Dodoma wind farm in Tanzania. EMP team arrived by a single engine plane in Dodoma in mid July and then traveling to the community open day in the local village. The EMP staff receive a warm welcomed from the Dodoma community with some music, songs and dancing. The second part of the video shows the met mast, for measuring wind, arriving on site and the met mast construction team ( WhiteKnight) building t...